The CALON team has traveled more than 400 miles from the Brooks Range to near the Arctic Ocean over the past two weeks. We have completed our lake surveys around Toolik Field Station, Umiat, and Inigok with a productive interlude with the ALISS team at Inigok. Now we are stationed at the Teshekpuk Lake Observatory, our northernmost outpost on the transect. Today we are gearing up and packing our sleds to travel to a place where the Arctic Coastal Plain meets the Ocean, the Ikpikpuk Delta. We will focus our efforts there for the next 10 or so hours and then recoup for the evening before taking our measurements on the lakes between Teshekpuk and the coast over the next two days. Three more days of solid fieldwork at our northern turning point and then we'll start the slithering, crawl back towards Toolik Field Station!